PHARMACOTHERAPEUTICS FOR VETERINARY DISPENSING

PHARMACOTHERAPEUTICS FOR VETERINARY DISPENSING

Editorial:
WILEY-BLACKWELL
Año de edición:
Materia
Veterinaria
ISBN:
978-1-119-40454-5
Páginas:
600
N. de edición:
1
Idioma:
Inglés
Disponibilidad:
Disponibilidad inmediata

Descuento:

-5%

Antes:

137,00 €

Despues:

130,15 €

1 Introduction to Veterinary Pharmacy 1
2 Regulation of Veterinary Pharmaceuticals 25
3 Compounding for Animals 43
4 Comparative Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics 75
5 Breed Differences and Pharmacogenetics 95
6 Human Over-the-Counter (OTC) Products: Precautions for Veterinary Patients 109
7 Pharmacotherapy of Parasitic Disease 127
8 Pain Management in Veterinary Species 173
9 Pharmacotherapeutics of Infectious Disease 189
10 Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapeutics 231
11 Respiratory Pharmacotherapeutics 269
12 Gastrointestinal, Hepatic, and Pancreatic Pharmacotherapeutics 281
13 Pharmacotherapy of Renal and Lower Urinary Tract Disease 297
14 Pharmacotherapeutics of Immune-Mediated Disease 339
15 Endocrine Pharmacotherapeutics 361
16 Behavioral Pharmacotherapeutics 377
17 Pharmacotherapeutics of Neurological Disorders 403
18 Dermatologic Pharmacotherapeutics 417
19 Ophthalmic Pharmacotherapeutics 439
20 Pharmacotherapeutics of Cancer 453
21 Introduction to Equine Pharmacotherapy 471
22 Introduction to Food Animal Pharmacotherapy 501
23 Pharmacotherapeutics for Nontraditional Pets 519
24 Special Considerations for Service, Working, and Performance Animals 543
25 Counseling for Owners of Veterinary Patients 549
Appendix A Veterinary Teaching Hospital Pharmacy Contact Information 565
Appendix B Directional Anatomical Terminology of Bipeds Quadrupeds 567
Appendix C Vital signs and potential monitoring parameters for dogs, cats, horses, and ferrets 569
Appendix D Auxiliary Labels Cross-referenced by Drug 571
Appendix E FDA Adverse Event Reporting Form 579
Appendix F Veterinary Pharmacogenetics Testing Laboratories with Counseling Expertise 585
Appendix G Therapeutic Drug Monitoring Laboratories 587
Appendix H Canine and Feline Body Surface Area Conversion Tables 589
Appendix I Zoonotic Diseases of Dogs, Cats, and Horses 591
Index 593

Delivers the foundational and practical knowledge required for pharmacists to become an integral part of the veterinary health care team, improving therapeutic outcome while preventing serious adverse drug reactions in veterinary patients
Pharmacotherapeutics for Veterinary Dispensing enables pharmacists and pharmacy students to expand the breadth of their pharmacological knowledge to include common veterinary species. The book offers a practical yet complete resource for dispensing drugs for canine and feline patients, with additional chapters on horses, birds, reptiles, small mammals, and food animals. Edited by a globally recognized expert in veterinary pharmacology, and including chapters written by veterinarians with expertise in pharmacotherapy and pharmacists with expertise in veterinary medicine, this book is designed to help pharmacists enhance the quality of veterinary patient care.
This book is the first to combine the expertise of both veterinarians and pharmacists to enable pharmacists to apply their knowledge and skills to assure optimal therapeutic outcomes for patients of all species. Pharmacotherapeutics for Veterinary Dispensing:
• Puts the information needed to safely dispense prescription and OTC drugs for veterinary patients at the pharmacists’ fingertips
• Focuses on crucial details of canine and feline pharmacotherapeutics
• Helps pharmacists avoid adverse drug reactions including pharmacogenomic and breed-related drug sensitivities
• Offers an authoritative resource written by leading veterinary pharmacy experts designed to integrate pharmacists into the veterinary healthcare team
• Includes crucial regulatory information unique to veterinary drug dispensing and compounding

Pharmacotherapeutics for Veterinary Dispensing is an essential reference for all pharmacists and pharmacy students that might find themselves dispensing drugs to veterinary patients, as well as for veterinarians and others involved with dispensing veterinary drugs.

Author
Katrina L. Mealey, BS (Pharm), DVM, PhD, DACVIM, DACVCP, and NAI Fellow, is a Professor and Endowed Chair at Washington State University and is the Founding Director of the Program in Individualized Medicine in the College of Veterinary Medicine in Pullman, WA, USA.